The Washington Commanders have reportedly offered wide receiver Terry McLaurin a three-year, $71 million contract extension.
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This is what the ESPN network advanced on Tuesday.
The 26-year-old athlete would have obtained a signing bonus of $28 million, which would represent a record for a player playing in his position.
In 2022, McLaurin will play the final year of his rookie contract. This means that he is now under contract with the Commanders until the conclusion of the 2025 season.
Selected in the third round of the 2019 draft, the Ohio State product has been one of the dominant elements of his club's offense since his debut in the NFL.
McLaurin never rushed for less than 900 yards in his first three NHL seasons. Last year, he caught 77 balls for 1,053 yards and five touchdowns.